Nick Ochsner

Nick Ochsner

Investigative Executive Producer

Charlotte, NC

Recent Articles by Nick

Lawmakers push for PPP change that would give them tax break

New documents raise questions about ‘unprecedented’ contract funded by CARES Act

Millions in N.C. housing assistance still unspent as state makes changes to speed help

Parents question daycare after son’s assault, employee arrested

Bad science sent innocent men to prison. N.C. DOJ wouldn’t review other cases where it was used.

More than $100 million sitting unspent in program meant to help pay rent, utility bills

U.S. Attorney’s Office: No charges for Lincoln Co. deputy who punched handcuffed teen outside hospital

N.C. State Highway Patrol commander tells ‘lazy’ troopers to write more tickets

N.C. troopers put on standby ahead of security concerns at state capitol

Ronnie Long, four others granted pardons of innocence by N.C. Governor

N.C. closes prisons, moves inmates as COVID cases spike

Even with protections, thousands face eviction in N.C.

New video shows candidate’s husband escorting voters into early voting in Anson Co.

  Man arrested in Kannapolis, N.C. with van full of guns and explosives, allegedly researched killing Joe Biden

Innocent men were sent to prison and released decades later. Now Gov. Cooper won’t pardon them

Cal Cunningham under investigation by US Army Reserve

Republicans seek access to absentee ballot containers in new lawsuit

NC elections board released closed meeting minutes, memos after vote scrutiny

Resignation of NC elections board Republicans raises questions about closed session vote

NC health officials won’t allow athlete’s families to attend college football games

CMPD releases video, disciplines sergeant over ‘inappropriate’ comments during June 2 tear gas incident

NC House Rules Chair pleads guilty to federal charges, resigns seat

Federal investigators probing Atrium, sheriff’s office after assault on teen

  NC’s prisons said all inmates would be tested for COVID-19 by August. It doesn’t have a schedule to do so.

Top lawmaker says NCGA will ‘revisit and correct’ bill that would limit access to death investigation records

  While you were sleeping: North Carolina legislators restrict access to public records

NC kept moving hundreds of inmates during pandemic. Experts say that increased risks.

White House concerned by NC’s lack of COVID-19 testing

As more COVID-19 testing leads to prison workers being out, DPS asks other law enforcement if they’d work at prisons

NCDOT furloughs employees amid pandemic, budget woes